In memory of
Janet Stewart Snedecor
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In memory of
Janet Stewart Snedecor
Janet Stewart Snedecor Oct. 2, 1947 - Nov. 16, 2019 Janet, wife of 36 years to Gordon and mother of Alexander "Xan" died at home in their presence Nov. 16, 2019. Born in Altadena, Calif., the daughter of Walter B. and Margaret F. (Halley) Stewart, she grew up in Portland attending Hayhurst and Wilson High School. For two decades she held various positions at US Bank. With the birth of son Xan, she spent the next four years as a stay-at-home mom. Thereafter Janet worked the next two decades plus for various nonprofits most notably Hopewell Hospice House as an administrative assistant and the Neighborhood House in Multnomah Village as receptionist/ information and referral specialist. There, she was the first contact many had to obtain needed assistance and respect. Her warm heart, contagious smile and sense of humor will remain with all she touched. Her family thanks the people of Kaiser Permanente Hospice and encourages donations to your favorite charity in her memory. A celebration of her life will be forthcoming. Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
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In memory of
Janet Stewart Snedecor
Janet Stewart Snedecor Oct. 2, 1947 - Nov. 16, 2019 Janet, wife of 36 years to Gordon and mother of Alexander "Xan" died at home in their presence Nov. 16, 2019. Born in Altadena, Calif., the daughter of Walter B. and Margaret F. (Halley) Stewart, she grew up in Portland attending Hayhurst and Wilson High School. For two decades she held various positions at US Bank. With the birth of son Xan, she spent the next four years as a stay-at-home mom. Thereafter Janet worked the next two decades plus for various nonprofits most notably Hopewell Hospice House as an administrative assistant and the Neighborhood House in Multnomah Village as receptionist/ information and referral specialist. There, she was the first contact many had to obtain needed assistance and respect. Her warm heart, contagious smile and sense of humor will remain with all she touched. Her family thanks the people of Kaiser Permanente Hospice and encourages donations to your favorite charity in her memory. A celebration of her life will be forthcoming. Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
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